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London: John Murray, 1834. 408pp. 8vo, rebound in modern brown cloth. London: John Murray, 1834. First Edition. Very good "...the journals of two earlier residences in Jamaica, in 1815-16 and in 1817, respectively. It is, therefore, an interesting document dealing with the state of the island after the abolition of the slave trade and before the freeing of blacks." Ragatz, pages 227-228. Sabin 40821.
Salt Lake City: Legal Printing Company, 1928. Together with five early itineraries covered in part by this Company. With supplementary data compiled from historical sources and notes... Edited by Edgar M. Ledyard. Illus., folding map. (14), 198pp. Tall 8vo, tan cloth, d.w. chipped and lightly soiled, corners of cloth bumped. Salt Lake City: (Legal Printing Company), 1928. One of 1000 copies. Flake 4986. Howes L-464.
Clark: Lawbook Exchange, 2013. Reprinted from the Edition of 1840, which was published under direction of the United States government from the original manuscripts. Ed. by E.H. Scott. 805pp. 8vo, pictorial boards; very minor shelf wear on bottom edge. Clark: Lawbook Exchange, (2013). A fine copy. Facsimile of the Chicago, 1898 edition.
Philadelphia: Hazard & Mitchell, 1849. Volume I. 1774-1777. (All Published in this Edition). Ed. by William Duane. 12mo, original blue cloth, cloth soiled, foxing throughout, top margins dampstained throughout, spine ends and edges of corners worn, corners bumped, paper label worn. Philadelphia: Hazard & Mitchell, 1849. "Reliable contemporary authority on the Revolution in Pennsylvania." Howes M-310. Sabin 44768.
Buenos Aires: Imprenta del Estado, 1836. los Presidios Portugueses Coimbra y Albuquerque. Navigation tables, 58pp. 4to, modern 1/2 blue cloth, handwritten paper label on front cover, boards worn on edges of corners and bottom edges, scattered very light foxing. Buenos-Aires: Imprenta del Estado, 1836. First Edition. In 1790, the Viceroy of Buenos Aires was concerned about Portuguese settlements in the western territory of Paraguay. He sponsored this expedition on the Paraguay River to establish the border between Paraguay and Brazil.....